|microscope using electrons||scanning electron microscope|
|2 shared electrons, group of 2 notes||duplet|
|add counterstain, additional stain for microscope specimen, second stain applied to a previous stain (on a microscopic specimen)||counterstain|
|addition of oxygen, loss of electrons, oxidizing, uniting with oxygen; being oxidized, reduction||oxidation|
|analyze something systematically, decrease, decrease the density of a negative, demote somebody, gain electrons, lessen, diminish, make something cheaper, oxidize, refine ore, simplify an equation, simplify something, take control of place or people, t...||reduce|
|answer of "no", bad, deny, veto; refute, disprove; negate; reject, destination of electrons, disprove proposition, having same charge as electron, less than zero, meaning "no", moving away, negating proposition, negation; negative word; refusal, denial...||negative|
|atom accepting electrons, impurity improving conductivity, one who accepts or receives, see also:donor, somebody accepting debt||acceptor|
|atom providing electrons for a bond, giver, contributor, one who donates, impurity added to semiconductor||donor|
|atom stripped of its electrons, central part, cereal grain, edible core, key portion of an operating system, seed, softer and often edible section contained within husk or stone; grain (of wheat, corn, etc.); point, essence, core; part of an operating ...||kernel|
|atom, molecule, or group accepting electrons||electrophile|
|bonding by sharing electrons, covalency, number of electrons which an atom can share with other atoms (Chemistry)||covalence|
|by computer, electrons, involving a controlled flow of electrons, of or pertaining to electronics; of or pertaining to electrons, using valves, transistors, or silicon chips||electronic|
|chemical bond involving shared electrons||covalent bond|
|chemical unit with 2 unpaired electrons, codon, group of 3, group of 3 elementary particles, group of 3 notes, one of 3 offspring, one of three offspring born at one birth; any group of three; unit of three lines of verse; tercet, three notes played in...||triplet|
|coat a surface with metal by electrolysis, coat with metal by electrolysis, electronegative, electroplated objects//electropositive, possessing positive electric charge, releasing electrons to form a chemical bond||electroplate|
|comprehensive, large enough to be seen without microscope, visible to the naked eye, macroscopical, visible to naked eye||macroscopic|
|cover for microscope specimen, cover slip||cover glass|
|cover with oxide coating, lose or make lose electrons, react or make react with oxygen, reduce, unite with oxygen (e.g. burn); be united with oxygen; rust, corrode||oxidize|
|delicate surgery using precision instruments, surgery performed under a microscope with the use of hand-held tools (Medicine)||microsurgery|
|device for miniaturized writing or engraving; photograph taken through a microscope (Optics), device for producing fine engravings, picture as seen through microscope||micrograph|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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